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Campanula poscharskyana Blue WaterfallPP 13161

Cool-blue, bell-shaped flowers during summer appear to cascade over the foliage. A vigorous plant that quickly fills a sunny spot. Use in an urn, rock wall, or hanging basket. Tolerant of drier conditions than other types. 10" ht x 18" w. Z 4-7.

1 gal
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Campsis radicans

A native, rapidly growing, deciduous, woody vine that climbs by aerial roots. Clusters of yellow orange to red trumpet shaped, 3-4" long flowers appear during summer into early fall. Tolerant of difficult conditions. Can reach 40' high. Z 4-10.

1.5 gal
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Carex appalachica

Native to dry woods of eastern North America. This sedge has fine texture and fountaining habit of dark-green leaves. Adaptable to various soil types but prefers well-drained soil in part shade to shady sites. 12" h x 8" w. Z 3-8.

0.7 gal
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Carex elata 'Aurea'

The color of this unique golden sedge is most spectacular when planted in full sun, turning lime-green when planted in shade. Prefers moist to wet soils. Plant as a specimen or en masse around pond borders. 2' ht. Z 5-8.

1 gal
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Carex flacca 'Blue Zinger'

This carex produces a mat of bluish foliage suitable for dry or moist, shady conditions. While evergreen in warmer climates, cut back in spring in colder areas to freshen up foliage. 8-16" ht by 12-24" w. Z 5-8.

1 gal
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Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance'

An adaptable, grass-like plant with bright-white variegation for part shade to shade locations. Spreads by rhizomes to function as a groundcover or use as a single speciman. 15" ht by 15" w. Z 5-9

1.5 gal
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Carex oshimensis 'Evergold'

An adaptable, grass-like, evergreen plant that creates a bright spot in the shady garden. Narrow green leaves with a yellow stripe creates a dense, clump-forming mound. Tolerates dry shade but prefers moist, rich soil. 8-18" ht x 18" wide. Z 5-10.

1.5 gal
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Carex pensylvanica

Native. Slow growing, native grass with slender, green leaves to 8" long. Semi-evergreen in cold climates. Adaptable to sunny or shady locations and tolerates dry, sandy, wooded settings. Spring flowers insignificant. 8" ht. Z 4.

0.7 gal
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Caryopteris divaricata 'Snow Fairy'

Compact shrub with variegated leaves that offer interest in the garden all season. Blue flowers cover the shrub in late summer/early fall. Prune before early summer to control size without affecting flowering. 36" ht x 36" w. Z 5-9.

1.5 gal
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Caryopteris x clandonensis 'First Choice'

Compact, woody shrub which produces dark purplish-blue flowers in late summer against dark-green leaves. Drought and heat tolerant. Provide well drained conditions. Cut back in spring after growth begins to maintain size. 24-36" ht. Z 5-9.

2 gal
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